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Old 04-08-2011, 09:28 PM
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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Edit /sdcard/scbs.conf and change Vf to 1.103. Then either reboot the phone or "killall -HUP scbs" What model are you running, ie RHOD100 etc?
Thanks. I have the Sprint TP2: RHOD400
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Analysis finished. Candidate is:
cc=0.171811426
cb=72.369357367
rc=0.452867817
re=0.248552169
vf=1.098000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.00000100
sl=0.036095755
se=0.007000000

Looking good so far. Any red flags?
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Old 04-09-2011, 12:26 AM
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Loving this kernel with the SCBS feature. My battery meter is so stable; no crazy percentage jumps or dips, especially when I decide to use data a lot, just very steady discharging percentage. Going swap out my new battery (seller said it's OEM but it sucks, more like a cheap generic) with my old one and redo the model again. My old battery is still very good.

By the way, no crashes, SODs, or reboots to WinMo; been running without shutting down Frx06 for over 30 hrs straight with a 3 or 4 charge/discharge cycles.

Only con is the slow panel wake; sometimes I have to wait over 5 seconds before it wakes up.

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Old 04-09-2011, 12:53 AM
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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Cb and Sl look low to me. I have seen lower Cb though. Maybe your battery is old and on the fritz. Maybe you did not discharge/charge the phone far enough? Anyways if it works then it works. The model isn't weird enough to cause the nuclear effect or anything. Sometimes we get like negative Cb, so it will charge when unplugged and discharge when plugged in.
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

I'll give it a good run tomorrow with a full discharge.recharge cycle and see if I just got a short log. Testing to many things I guess. You're right though. This battery is about a year and a half old at least. I can try my other one sunday and compare. Will let you know.
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Wow, this kernel is so amazingly accurate in terms of the battery meter. I know you said the winmo meter is not really accurate but every time I boot back to winmo, the percentage is just within 2 percentage points if not dead on. I switched back to my old battery and after 3 charge/discharge cycles, here are my new values:

cc=0.192870918
cb=128.659464784
rc=0.766339117
re=0.132407606
vf=1.103000000
cf=0.312500000
lr=0.000001000
sl=9.651638728
se=0.007000000

However, there is one issue with this kernel: I can't get the wifi to work; it keeps saying error. When I switched back to using the 4/4 wiltist2 kernel posted by arrrghhh, wifi works fine. Can I use the wifi module from that kernel with this kernel? Other than that, this kernel is solid.

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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

Ndno,

Your new model looks good. There is a new kernel and rootfs.img i have uploaded. Need both at the same time, neither are backwards compatible. It will make some attempt to determine se=. right now it is just at the default. I think this will improve sleep accuracy, se should be within 0 - .008

Did you download the modules .tar.gz from the first post? That will be necessary to get working wifi. If its still not working post a dmesg from when you try to enable wifi. Works on my phone, just a module problem one way or another.
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Ndno,

Your new model looks good. There is a new kernel and rootfs.img i have uploaded. Need both at the same time, neither are backwards compatible. It will make some attempt to determine se=. right now it is just at the default. I think this will improve sleep accuracy, se should be within 0 - .008

Did you download the modules .tar.gz from the first post? That will be necessary to get working wifi. If its still not working post a dmesg from when you try to enable wifi. Works on my phone, just a module problem one way or another.
Thanks. I will update the kernel and rootfs.img from the first post; I didnt't realize you updated them since you started the thread. I'm using the modules*.tar.gz from your first post. I will make sure when I get back; I will post the error from dmesg for you.

Had a charge lockup this morning. I went to sleep having my phone hooked up to the charger. When I woke up this morning, the led was blinking green but I couldn't get it to wake up; pulled the battery and rebooted to winmo, which showed a 100% charge; booted back to android and it showed a 98% charge. This is with the 1.103 to one of values in sbcs.conf you recommended because my phone would stop charging at the 95-98% range.

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Old 04-10-2011, 03:57 PM
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

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Had a charge lockup this morning. I went to sleep having my phone hooked up to the charger. When I woke up this morning, the led was blinking green but I couldn't get it to wake up; pulled the battery and rebooted to winmo, which showed a 100% charge; booted back to android and it showed a 98% charge. This is with the 1.103 to one of values in sbcs.conf you recommended because my phone would stop charging at the 95-98% range
I had a lockup condition exactly like this today as well - phone wasn't hot, LED blinking green... all the lights worked (4-button lights & kbd lights) so kernel was *somewhat*awake... But nothing would get the phone to actually turn on. Phone was on the charger all night.

Very weird condition... I wonder if there's some way to have logs going at all times, that rotate when they need to? Probably won't be able to rotate them when they need to... but maybe we can at least get some logging going with the hope that it catches this crap.
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Re: [TESTING] SCBS: Improved battery meter system

I haven't seen this charge lock up thing before. I'll have my phone spend more time on the charger in hopes of catching it.
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